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May 13, 2014
Early Years Family and Community Engagement Symposium
Winnipeg

May 25, 2014
Welcome to Kindergarten's
Bob Schneider Concert

Toronto

May 28, 2014
Business-Education Task Force
Calgary

May 2014 (various)
Turning Points Awards
Brantford, North Bay, Sudbury, Greater Toronto Area, Newfoundland, Calgary, Fredericton, Kenora

May – June 2014 (various)
Entrepreneurial Adventure
Showcases

Hamilton, Toronto, Calgary, Halifax, Fredericton, Ottawa

November 10, 2014
Champions of Public Education Moncton Tribute Luncheon
Moncton
 

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Did You Know?
Ontario and Alberta Celebrate Education Week, May 5-9, 2014

We invite you to join Ontario and Alberta in celebrating the important role education plays in shaping the future of Canada and these provinces. It is through the hard work and dedication of education workers across the country that our students continue to receive world class education.
Education Week – Ontario
Education Week – Alberta
 

 

 
2014 Toronto Tribute Dinner

The Learning Partnership Honours Cisco and Deloitte Leaders as Champions of Public Education

The Learning Partnership recently honoured two exceptional Canadian business leaders who have made personal and professional contributions to supporting and enhancing Canada’s public education system: Mr. Alan N. MacGibbon, former Managing Partner and Chief Executive of Deloitte LLP and Mr. Nitin Kawale, President of Cisco Systems Canada. Read more…
 

 

Info-Rich, Action Poor: The Partnership Summit 2014  

“Do today’s students need to know the date this country was founded and its first Prime Minister? Or, is it good enough that they know how to find this information?” These seemingly simple questions were posed during The Partnership Summit in Toronto on April 10, 2014, which generated much-spirited discussion for over 100 leaders and influencers from business, education, government and student communities. Read more…
 

 

Samsung Donates $800,000 to Canada’s Publicly Funded Schools Through The Learning Partnership 

NATIONALAs a special surprise during this year’s Canada’s Outstanding Principals Awards Gala, Samsung Electronics Canada, The Learning Partnership’s new official Technology Innovation Partner, surprised the award winners with the news that they would be the first beneficiaries of $20,000 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow school technology grants. Read more…
 

 

Many Canadian Business Leaders Care Deeply About Public Education

Former Scotiabank President & CEO Rick Waugh, O.C., hosted a CEO luncheon as his first official act as the new Chair of The Learning Partnership’s Corporate Advisory Board. More than a dozen Canadian business leaders met and engaged in meaningful conversation about the work of The Learning Partnership and public education in Canada. Read more…
 

 PROGRAM NEWS
 
 

The Learning Partnership’s Upcoming Early Years Family and Community Engagement Symposium 

MANITOBA – On May 13, 2014 in Winnipeg, The Learning Partnership will host its second Early Years Family and Community Engagement Symposium to explore how to put early learning research into practice and take action. Read more…   
 

Ivey Business School

The Learning Partnership Partners with Ivey to Provide Ongoing Executive Leadership Courses to Directors in Education

As part of our commitment to developing leaders in education, The Learning Partnership will collaborate with Ivey Business School for the fourth series of our Directors of Education Institute on Leadership and Strategic Impact. Starting May 22, this program was designed to develop the knowledge, practical skills, strategies and cross-sector networking required for leaders in education. Read more…   
 

 

The Learning Partnership’s Entrepreneurial Adventure Students in Halifax Raise Over $10,000 for Local Charities

NOVA SCOTIA – Through The Learning Partnership’s Entrepreneurial Adventure program, the “Leadership 12” class at Sir John A. Macdonald High School in Halifax, Nova Scotia raised over $10,000 for local charities by learning, first-hand, the 21st century skills that are essential to becoming successful entrepreneurs. Read more…
 

To learn more about our many other program events including Leading Learning Through Technology mini summit, Turning Points, Invention Conventions, National Student Symposium, and more, please visit our website.
 

 FOCUS ON PUBLIC EDUCATION
 
 

The Learning Partnership Welcomes Rick Waugh as New Chair of Our Corporate Advisory Board

The Learning Partnership is pleased to introduce Rick Waugh, O.C., former President & CEO for Scotiabank and 2013 inductee of The Learning Partnership’s Champions of Public Education Hall of Fame, as the new Chair of our Corporate Advisory Board. Read more…
 

 CMEC annoucement

The Learning Partnership and CMEC Partner to Bring Major International Teaching Conference to Canada

We are pleased to announce that a high profile international conference – the International Symposium on the Teaching Profession – will be coming to Canada in the spring of 2015, thanks to a new partnership between the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC) and The Learning Partnership. Read more…
 

Spotlight – The Learning Partnership’s New Board Chair: 
Kenneth J. Fredeen, General Counsel, Deloitte LLP

Kenneth J. Fredeen, recently named one of Canada’s top 25 most influential lawyers and judges by Canadian Lawyer magazine, is now chair of The Learning Partnership’s board of directors. It is a position this well-respected general counsel takes very seriously. Read more…
 

 
We're moving!

As of June 13, The Learning Partnership will be located at 45 Sheppard Ave. East, Suite 400, Toronto, ON M2N 5W9
Please update your records to reflect our new office address.
 

  

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